Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Dabolim including Claudis Corner, Anantashram, SWINg! By The Bay, Full Moon Restaurant & Bar, Seagull Bar and Restaurant, Grapevine - The Lobby Restaurant, Vasco Square, The Dining Room, Sweet N Sour, Edward's Yard
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4 based on 214 reviews
In Kolkata, we have a saying âBiriyani is an emotion, greater than loveâ and you just cannot serve anything naming it a âBiriyaniâ. I donot mind experimenting with Biriyani, but at least it should have the texture and concept of this legendary dish, which is missed here in itâs soo called âMutton Hyderabadi BiriyaniâAmbiance: Peaceful and quite popular with Locals. The surrounding is beautifully done with waterfalls and farm like settlement. In fact this is the only restro which I found more popular with locals than tourists, so am sure it serves really good food. But it was just not for us.Service: Prompt and GoodFood: We tried Fenny Margherita (absolutely not drinkable. A suggestion: Donot use Blue Curacao amply in any dish. It will ruin anything with itâs over sweetness). Chonuk Fry (Loved it. In fact this is the only Savory dish which was good), Hyderabadi Biriyani (It has nothing similar to any type of Biriyani and I was quite surprised a restro which is known for itâs Biriyani can serve something like this in name of Biriyani. The rice used was wrong. The texture was wrong. The use of meat was wrongly done. It is something with meat and a tangy flavored rice). Kingfish Ambot-tik (Too much sauce in comparison to the quantity of Fish). We ended it with Chocolate sizzling Jalebi (It is a savior. Beautifully done and Absolute love).Suggestion: Donot try the Hyderbadi Biriyani or Fenny Margherita. Try Chonuk Fry and Chocolate sizzling Jalebi.Pocket Pinch: Cheap to Moderate.Rating: 3/5 (2 points off for The Fenny Margherita and The Hyderabadi Biriyani)
The restaurant is well located, cozy and quiet once seated.The staff is getting slow and old, so service gets a bit sloppy at times.The menu does not have too many Veg items, but what they have, they make well and have maintained the standards over the years.
4 based on 162 reviews
We stayed at Hyatt for 2 nights and had 2 breakfasts, and one dinner at the Dining Room... Breakfast was very good, serves indian, South indian, continental, salads, juices, ice creams, yogurts, coconut water, and any other thing possible in break fast.. what i mean is they have an exorbitant spread.. tastes nice.... What I didn't like was their dinner.. although a good spread, but taste wise they lacked terribly.... except for live counters of noodles and chats, everything was average... I think when you are at Hyatt it is better at their other speciality outlets like Chulha, Asian wok, and their Italian speciality restaurant...
4 based on 51 reviews
VASCO SQUARE is a celebration of food, beverages, art and creation of our CHEF DE CUISINE & OWNER - Ms. Supriya Verenkar taking guests to a glorious journey of Goan, Grills, & Indian Cuisine in it's honest, natural & simple form. A menu designed to make a
multi cuisine restaurant though their goan dishes are great. veg dishes are also good. overall a delight to be eating here
4 based on 26 reviews
One of the decent restaurants in Vasco. Located in HQ hotel on the ground floor. Courteous and polite staff. Good service. Has a buffet menu. Very reasonably priced buffet. Decor is decent. Spacious seating. Reasonable items for a buffet. Some of the items were very good and some was ok. So a mixed feeling in terms of taste of food. But still is worthy of repeat visit.
4 based on 23 reviews
There was only one other couple dining when we visited this restaurant for a drink and a snack at lunch time. Nevertheless it took 15 minutes for our drinks to arrive and a further 30 minutes until we received the fish tikka and cheese pakodas.The food however was worth the wait as both dishes were delicious so only marked down because of the very long wait without any explanation or apology.
4 based on 63 reviews
The food at Full Moon restaurant was rather inclined toward the tourist taste, which is a great shame. However, it was tasty and the big compensation was the price. Three people ate for Â£18.00 including rice, Indian breads and two large alcoholic drinks each. Service was friendly and attentive. It was a pleasant dinner right on the beach front overlooking the Indian Ocean.
5 based on 22 reviews
BAR | GUESTHOUSE | BISTRO Located just 4.5 km from Goa airport & less than 100 metres away from Bogmalo Beach, SWINg! By The Bay is a full service restaurant that specialises in traditional flavours from Kerala & America. The award winning bartenders serv
We were a little disappointed by our stay at Swing by the bay. It all started out well, small guesthouse situated one street back from the beach, an easy walk. Nice outdoor restaurant facing the street. A very efficient fellow on the reception desk organised us, hurried up the cleaning and we were in a bit earlier than expected about 1pm. The room itself was quite large, tiled floors and the usual smallish bathroom, water only tepid. The two single beds pushed together, was just OK. Pillows very worn (hardly much pillow left). We had to ask for some top sheets only provided with a bottom sheet and a furry blanket. The sheets were lovely and freshly ironed when we finally got them. However the bathroom towels were quite old and grey looking. The air con worked ok after we made a few queries. The standard was what you would generally expect from a 2 star hotel, but given the price we paid we had been expecting a little bit more. Short distance to airport which is why we stayed here, about 15 mins 500rps. Beach is OK for a short stay. Joets on the beach a good place for some food and drink. Bogmalo Beach resort had a wedding on being Saturday night which made it a bit noisy to sleep. There was a small balcony with 3 chairs. You can see a view of the beach but there is a lot of things in the way. It is advertised as being next to Bagmallo Beach resort so we expected it to be directly on the beach, but it is actually one street back.
4 based on 205 reviews
The Deluxe Fish Thali here is fit for a King. It is a struggle to finish but the superb taste of each item on the plate prevents you from giving up. While the fish fry and fish curry are the highlights, the dried shrimp thoran and clam (simpla) side dishes deserves equal applause.Itâs good to see this restaurant maintains its quality and excellent standard over the years. Unlike the beach shacks which now have more tandoori dishes on their menu than local delicacies.It worth finding out this restaurant in the bylines of Vasco market for its superb seafood and thali.
4 based on 126 reviews
We had the last dinner of our trip here, and took few starters and few main courses. The starters were garlic prawns (awful) and veg Manchurian (ok). Both dishes we have eaten plenty of times during our trip and always been much better than this. Main courses were red snapper (ok, but really bland), chicken tikka masala (subpar) and half tandoori chicken (okish). Guess you can eat here, but don't expect to enjoy as much as every other review seems to make you think. All in all, one of the worst places on our trip.
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